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About Me

With degrees in Film & Video Production and International Development Project Management, I offer a unique range of transferable skills, and have the ability to tackle assignments with creativity and critical thinking. Current and past assignments – locally and overseas – have taught me how to be flexible and interact well with a diverse population in various contexts.

I am a socially and culturally conscious, self-motivated individual and have a passion for continuous learning and unlearning. I respond quickly to new challenges with an open mind, focus, and professionalism. My peers have described me as someone who “has already taken care of a forgotten task before it is on the to-do list.”

I have always enjoyed being hands on and creating art – and my camera is one of my favourite tools to use. It’s brought me to amazing places and introduced me to so many people I would not have otherwise met.

Photo Exhibits: 

  • “but” (Foster Eastman Gallery, Vancouver; 2016)
  • Ontario Council for International Cooperation (Toronto; 2011)
  • Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival (Toronto; 2010)
  • Vistek (Toronto, Ottawa; 2010)
  • Alternative Grounds (Toronto;  2010)
  • ByWard Market (Ottawa; 2008)
  • Earth360 Creative Expo (Guelph; 2007)


  • Inuvik Drum
  • Ontario Council for International Cooperation iAM Magazine
  • Médecins Sans Frontières Warehouse campaign
  • Metroland Media/Toronto Community News
  • United Nations Development Program
  • Verge Magazine
  • Canadian Crossroads International
  • Capital Style Magazine
  • CBC Nature of Things
  • Tokyo Notice Board Magazine
  • Metropolis Magazine
  • The Foreigner-Japan
  • Serbin Communications and Photographer’s Forum yearbook

Video Work:

  • Metroland Media Best Video Award (2010)
  • St. Felix Centre promo video (2009)
  • Canadian Crossroads International 50th anniversary documentation (Ghana; 2007-08)
  • Whose Rights, Anyway? (23min. documentary; 2005) partially funded by the National Film Board’s (NFB) Filmmaker’s Assistance Program. Screened as part of the NFB’s “Measuring Security Measures” program, and at various Canadian film festivals